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Fill DAY, UOTOflKK 2, 1871.
OMcUl Ppr of the Oily ! Connty
IOHN H. QBKBIA'. Editor and Publisher
TKUMB OF TUB DAILY UULUCTIH
Oo week, try carrlar t
Ob yaarby carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier If not paid In
advance 00
fine month, by mail 1 00
farae months 8 00
Utmost 6
Oae tmt 10 00
TBKUa OT "WBIKLT DULLKTIN.
One Year 1 00
Six Month ,
Tnreo Months, M
Invariably In advance. .
nuitai matter on avcry pace -
Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
UIIAIUiKS GAHHOliL.
For Buptsrintendout ol VubUc Instruction
S. M. ETTER.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
WILLIAM HAItTZEL.
For Kejrenlallrcs-Fl i'Mat,
FOUNTAIN- J3. AXsimiQIX?,
CLAIBORNE WINSTON.
THE PLATFORM.
First Tho restoration ot gold and silver
as tho basis ot tho currency; tho resumption
ot specie payments as aoon as possible with
out disaster to the business ot the country,
ly steadily opposing Inflation and by the
payment of the national Indebtedness In the
Boney ot the civilized World.
Skcond Frco commerce ; no tat Iff for any
other purposo but revenue.
Tiiikd Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
FouilTn Thoi xlght and duty of tho
Stato to protect IU citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
monopolies.
Finn Itlgld rastrlctlon ot the govern
ment, both State and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by cxclud
log therefrom all exccutlvo and legislative
lntcrneddllng with tho affairs or Society
whereby monopolies are fostered, prlvll
edged clascs aggrandized, and tudlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and opprofslvoly
restrained.
POLITICAL DIRECTORY.
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that mot a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, O. W. McKoalg ;
Jackson, Ben, L. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Aldon ;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Pertv, 8. J. 1'arlts ;
Pope", H.D. Maker;
i'ulatH, George W. Mortz, Sr.;
Kandolph, D. It. MoMaatora ;
Union, . 11. Blinion ;
Williamson, MUo Krwln.
Tho following Central Committco
was appointed by tho Jiopublican con
rcntion of the Fiftieth senatorial dis
trict, hold at Mound City, August IS
1874:
Alexandor county, 12. E. Walbrldgo;
Jackson, Ezra B. 1'ollott ;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At tho Domocratio congressional
tonvontion, hold at Anna, September
8, 1874, the following Central Com-
niittoo for tho Eighteenth district was
appointed :
Kandolpb, Uoverly "Wiltshire;
Perry. E. B. Kushor;
Williamson, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. 1'iorco;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Popo, D. D. Field ;
Pulaski, Obod Edson ;
Alexandor, John H. Obarly ;
At Largo, Judgo F. 15 row, Cairo.
Tho following executive committco
for Union oounty was appointed by
tho Democratic county convention that
mot in Jonesboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. O. Crawford;
O. II. Krob ;
o. i nni.
Tho lollowing Stato committee was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposition
convention, at Springfield, August
20, 1874:
lit District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2d District, Wra. J.Onahan, Chicago
3d District, P. II. O. Wlnton, Chicago
4lh District, A. 1. Harrington, Uenova.
6th DUUlot,Wm.WrluhW Freopoit.
Ctb. District, J. B. Drake, Kock Island.
7th District. Gao.'W. Havens. Ottawa,
8th District, Washington E. Cook,
Lacon.
9th District Ohas. V. Kine. Peoria.
10th District, David E. lload, Carthago.
nib District, J. M. Kusn, l'Uisneiu.
l'ith District, E. L. Merrill, Springfield
I8th District. John A. Mallorv.llavana,
Hth District, J. II. Busby, Champaign.
Join district, n. u. noninson, r.uiog
bam.
16th District, O. D. Holies, areenvlllo
17th District, W. II. Krorao, Edwards-
Tine,
18th District, W. II. Green, Cairo.
10th District, James P.Eobinion.Olnoy.
At targe, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
At Large, It. W. Townsond, bbawneo
tovrn. At Large, Win. llrown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Brown was elected chairman of
tho committco.
The following ijontral Committco
was appointed by tho Domocratio con
vention of Alexander county, at Cairo
August 23, 1874: '
Clear Oroek, Thomas J, McCluro
Goose Island, O. Oroenloy.
Dog Tootb, N. nunsaekor.
Hazlewood, James E. McCrito.
Thabes, J. O. ltolwlng.
HanU ye, J. llonfrow.
Unity, W. J. Mllford.
T W Halllday and James Carroll.
ttouth Cairo, John 11. Oossman, John
Howley, John Hogan and Dr. D. Artor.
,. i
The following Central Committco
was appointedby tho Democratio-Lih.
era convention Hint met nt Anna,
September 4, 1874, nnd nominated
candidates for tlio, legislature in tlio
Fiftieth Soiiatorinl District :
Aloxander, It K Rlako, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Disbon, .loicph Uully.
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Eorlne.
At Largo, T F llduton, of Union.
The services of women as school
supcrindondants in Kansas have given
suoh satisfaction that it is probable
tho number will bo largely increased
nt tho fall elections in tlitt state.
llonATH) Seymour in a speech at
tho Syracuse convention, announced
hi nrefcrenco for Judire Ohurch of
I VI
Now l'ork as tho candidato of Jus
party for tho presidency.
We knew ho would. Hon. James
Lyons, of Virginia, 1'rosidont of Riant
DuncanVJUourhon Convention of 1872,
which nominated) Charles O'Conor for
Grant's successor, and tho most un
compromising State-sovoroignily Dem
ocrat of tho Calhoun persuasion in tho
country, has como out oponly for
Grant lor a third term. When an old
hard-shell, dycd-in-tho-wool Jlourbon
movos out of his tracks well, chain
Ilchtmni cnr.t keen naco with him.
Okn.' CilaTKii'H vivid description of
tho gold lulls and valloys of tho Rlack
Hill country, loses Boraothinc of its
brilliancy and accuraoy by tho state
ment which is oliaitcd from Professor
Wynchcll, who accompanied the ex
peditiou,that what tho bravo Custer
and his gallant soldiers took for gold
was only glilloring and shining, but
valuolcss, mica. Lieut. 1'rcd. (Jraut,
who was also with tho expedition, has
settled tho question by asserting that
ho did not seo three dollars worth of
gold nil tho tiino he was in tho country,
aqd tho httlo ho did see, ho has reason
to boliovc, was imported.
A Decatur Mechanic claims to havo
discovered tho principal of porpetual
motion. Iho naino of tho mechanic is
Goorgo E. l'attcrsou and the Magnet
and Tribuno writes ns follows concern
ing him and his machine :
When ho bocan his machine ho
held no idea of perpotual motion, but
entertained tho idea ol Inventing an
evenor for a sewing machine omo-
thing that would work alike on thick
and thin cloth. After getting his laaoh-
mo to work, no discovered that by a
few changes tho motion would continue.
All day ho worked busily at his trade,
and in tho Tjuict hours of tho night,
ho labored to dovelop tho now idea.
Success erownod his efforts, l'orpctual
motion was boforo him in active play I
in two montns no will give a public dis
play of tho motion and its nowcr Mr
Patterson says he is actually ashamed
to show tho machino on account of its
simplloitv. Ho savs cvervhodv will
say ; J'shaw, why didn't I think of
mat i its power is immense, irmne
thirty pounds to ovory ounco of frio
thin. Rrakes must bo used. If all
this bo true, Mr. Pattorson will havo
the gratitudo of an ndrairing world,
FAOfa AND FANCIES.
UorgU won't ovon boat an egg.
Evoli certainly tho boglning of ovll,
lluff and cray boots raado of llnoa aro
all tho rago with Purls ladios.
Thoatcr-goors In London aro already
enjoying a "Christmas" Pantomlmo
Tho rich man's malady tho dread of
coming to want Is a terrlblo dlsoaso.
Tho razo for old chlnn, and raro cora-
ml: fabrics gonorul, Is onco tnoro at Its
night.
Tho fruit canning cst&bltshmonts in
alotn county, Now Jorsey ,uro now in
full operation.
S Boston has nino hundred olllces to lot,
and yot uioro otllco buildings nro in
course ol orection.
A Terra Ilautoflnd.) clrl makes nlno
foot at a standing Jump. Mho is to Jump
for n wagor at tho noxt IStato Fair.
Ia Brooklyn no ono Is admitted Into
faihionablo society until ho has publisbod
statomont ' noout someuody or oinur.
In Colorado a girl who can't go after
tho cows on a baro-back pony without
bridlo or halter Is lookoi upon with con
tempt.
An Enellshman who omor;od from a
mine Just after an explosion, observed that
business was too muriieu lively tor mm
down there
A Pittsburg woman was cured of speech
lessness by tho prayers of a priest. Her
husband is now prowling around after the
priest wllu & suoi-gun.
The reading (t'onn.) Eaglo ia sniuo-what
alarmed over tho faot that many of the
fair sex In that city aro addicted to tho
uso of opium, belladonna and arsonic.
A little follow who was worrying ovor
a pioco orsnaa at dinner ono day, domor
alized his mother by asking, "Mamma,
where did God find all tho bonos to mako
tbofirstshad ol?"
A young man in Lowoil Is in Jail Just
Locmuso he went homo Willi n girl who
didn't want him. "Only this and noth
ing more." Only think of tho result if
all wero served in this way.
bomoone who would sooin to know
lays that women aro housewives In Uor
many, queens In England, ladles in Franco,
captives in Italy, staves in spam and
coquottcs In America. .
A Placorvlllo, Cat., clorgyman insists
that tie saw a red and black snako forty
tutit long, and us big around ns a barrel of
whiskey. We havo no doubt that ho did,
but bo unquostlonabto saw tho barrol ot
wbiiKoy ncioro no taw mo enako.
Forney suys tbo English girls aro not
half as protty as ours, but tboy havo tbo
"low, sweet voice." And l'ornoy had
bettor como homo. We nood him for tho
Contennlal, and tho low, swoot volco has
played tho deuce boforo now with oidor
and wiser man than bu.
According to that very unroliablo ou
tborlty, the Virginia City Entorprlse, a
hardware llrm ot tbat city bas purchasad
an apparatus, formally used for tho man
ufacture of Cblorlno gan, consisting of a
strong boilor within a boiler. They In
tend to use It as a cremation furnrn xmi
have begun expurimentlne with nln
outl'Intes. The furnacosofar has wortad
to a charm. The ashes aro nnatlv im,n
of tho auccoiiful riling or tho dcccaio on
no propor occasion?
Somo ono writes, both grftcofully end
forcibly "I would lio glad to tee more
parcnti understand tltnt tvhon they spend
money Judiciously to Inipruvo and beau
ttfy tho liouio anii grounds nbuut it, tboy
aro paying their chlldron a premium to
lay nt homo at much aa possible to enjoy
It; hut when thoy spend inonoy unnoces
arlly on flno clothes and Jewolry tor
their children, thoy nro piylng them a
premium to spend their titno from homo,
that Is In thoio places whore thoy can at
tract tho most Httontlon and make tho
most display,''
Bowcri SpciiitfTat Last.
lie Dlsflnlms Ilolnir the Aullior of the
Jjcechcr Scnmlnl, mid Denies the
Aiiliirntlclty or llio Woodwork
Letter A (Jnnrdod State
ment. To tho editor of tho Now York Tribuno
Sih Miss Cathorlno E. Uoochor. In n
communication published in your paper
on Friday last, says:
l'lrst "iho real originator ol this
(moaning the Brooklyn) scandal Is tho
proprietor ot tbo Indopondenl."
Aiy repiy to tins statement is tuat it
is wholly lalso, as Mr. Beecher himself
very woll knows.
Second Sbo says that "said proprlo
tor of tho lndcndont is described to mo'1
(her), ole , thus plainly Intimating to the
world tuat sdo nis no ucquainmaco wiiu
mo nerhani has mivor oen me. Ml
JJuoclior has probably fcrgotton tbat I
otud at lior banker fur a long period of
lima, until I iravo Iiit noth'p. na nlhoM. I
boliovo, had dono bsfuro, that I dcslrod
tbo account closo i on my books. She also
omlttad to stato that sho had boon to my
oQl.o ropoalodly on business, and has
visltod mo at my bouso, In Brooklyn, and
at woodiiocic. liar individual opinion
of mo on this acquaintance sho
docs not glvo to tho public.
Third Mils Boochor says that "various
gontiemon anu lauics navo inlormod mo
(hor) of the mean and dishonest practices
of this man" (me). Sho probably refers
In this caso to ono who had spokon to va
rious gontloman and ladios" in Brooklyn,
during a period of twolve months or
moro, of "my (hor) dishonesty in not fitt
ing bor n curtain sum which be allegod
was duo." Ho Anally inducod a chosen
friend to como and soo mo on the serious
chargos. I was nttonlshod at tho dovol-
opraont. so lone kept from mv notice, and
insistou on me spot that no (tuo warm
friend f my accuior) should himself ex-
mnlno all tho facts and figures, and mako
an impartial award, promising, ir my lic
ensor would do tho same, to abide bv this
decision. An agreomont was slgnod to
that illoct, tho result of which was my ac
cusor was obliged to pay mo $1,000. Tho
roioreo was .Mr. Uuarlej Gould, sinco de
ceased, ana i havo now in my possosslon
nis wruton award. Air. uouid told mo
many times aftorward that 1 had boon
ijroatly wrongod In this mattor. Whothor
certain "ladies and gentlomen" in Brook
lyn ovor uoaru ortno vordlct In this caso.
or whether my accuior over spoko of it to
any ono, i cannot say. Tho wholo story
oi "rneanuuu anu uistroii l pronounco a
wicKoa lauricauon. witnout ovon th
shadow of truth in it.
Fourth MissBeochor futhor says tbat
ner urothors ouoris to "iuiiuii bis duty
as a Christian friend and pastor in thosu
matters wcro met only with angers." My
roply is that Mr. Boechor noror, in any
single inslanco in his life, eithor directly
or indirectly, by word or hint, as friend,
neighbor or pastor, ovor charged mo with
a dishonest act, or that' I had ovor wronged
any man out oi ono cont.
Fifth Tho withdrawal of .Mr. riooclor
and Mrs. Stowo from the Indopondenl did
not call forth Increased nxasportf jn, or
any oxasporution whatever, as Miss
Beecher charges, and Mr Beochor very
woll icnows it iroin my own lips.
Sixth Miss Baocber chargos fresh ox-
cltomont and mallignlty on my part on
account of "a lady autborosa In- bis (my)
family who refused nn ofl'or of marriage
on thu supposed intorvontion of Mr.
Bioohor." Tho wholo statoment is uttorly
dostltuto of truth, und entirely beyond
my comprehension. It is a malicious in
vention.
Seventh Miss Beochor says that "this
malignity prompted tho lottor to Mr. Til
ton accusing my brotber (Mr. Boochor)
with adultery anu rapo. juy answor is
tbat I novor wrote such n lottor to any
bodv. that I novor acknowlod to anybody
tbat I had dono so, and theroforo could
mako no confession on tho subject, as Miss
lioocuor allogcs.
Elchth Mils Boochor's final statement
tbat I havo "adroitly contrived to main
tain membership in tho church," la also n
stupid falsehood, as is woll known both In
and out ot I'lymouth church. 1 havo nel
thor managed, nor contrivod, nor used a
slnclo ollort to inmienco tho action of tbo
church or any ono oi us meranors.
This is not tbo first attempt Miss
Boochor has mado to convoy information
on tho subjoct in question, and my advlco
is tbat in luturo sho Iook moro caroruiiy
after her facts, or sbo may need moro
than a "mutual frlond'' to help hor out of
some serious diiuculty. I om quito will
ing that .Mr. Beecher should bo both judgo
and Jury on my conduct, for bo kuowi,
and has often said, and recently, too, that
ho did not consure nor condomn mo for
tbo course I bttd taken In this most un
fortunato affair. Happily for me In this
most unfortunate fiflalr. Happily for mo,
in this mattor I have a witneis of his
words in ono who Is now, and always has
been, ono of .Mr. Boochor s warmest
frlonds. Vory rospectly,
IlKNRT O. BOWKX.
Woodstock, Conx., Sopt. 20, 1874.
Tins Kt. Uiiaui.kh Hotel ahas sovpra
ploasant rooms on tbo uppor floor, sulta
ble for gentlomen, that can bo secured for
tho winter,wlth board, at very reasonable
rates, tt
Mattress anii fuknituhk Manu.
vacturkb. Messrs. Segrist and Har
man havo opened, on Washington avenuo
botweon Thlrtoonth and Fourteenth
street a shop, wboro tboy proposo to do nil
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattresses, upholstering, sofas, lounges,
chairs, otc, and alio repairing and re-
varnishing.furnlturo of all descriptions.
Thoy will sow and lay down carpets und
baug paper. Now mattresses and furni
ture mado to ordor, Ttioy bavo como to
Cairo to stay, and respectfully solicit tbo
patronsgo of tho public. 283-0.'20.1m
Joe JIonkickh Is now in full control of,
tho Washington bakory, and having
lenrnod tbo wants of tho public, Is pro-
pired to supply on call all domanda for
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bioad, and ovorytblng otco ordinarily
found In a first-class bakory. Uo main
tains a full stock of confcotlonorlos, and
can, as woll ns any other doalor In tbo
city, till a',1 ordors In that lino.
Cakos baked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice, ripoclal attention given to
tho ordors of woddlng or picnic parties.
OOMHIMNtON MKHC'IIANrrt.
j Mi PHILLIPS
EORWARDiNO
Commission Merchant
Wiiaiieaoat l'liorniKTon.
I'rcpropared to forwnr,d nil kinds ol
Freight to all points.
ft3THmlncs8 attendud to promptly.
C. CLOSE,
OKIlKltAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
X3TI will sell In car load loin at innmilao-
tillers prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, HAIUUSON & CO.,
(Successors to 1). Hunt & Bon.)
POE-WAEDI3STG
AND
Commission Merchants,
ri.Otm. OltAIN ANI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lwvoo, QAIKO. 1LLH
Wood Rittonhouso & Both or
AND
Gr.NKiiAi, Commission Mr.nciiA.NT,
133 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo.
Z. I). Mathuss K. O. UF
MATHUSS & UHL,
Korwardlug .V Ucnerui
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
FLOUU, GRAIN, II AY AND
WKS'i KHN PRO DUCK.
Ohio Lkvek, Caiiio, Ii.i.h.
H. A. Thorns i,. d. Thorn
TIIOM8 & BROTHER,
Succesosrs to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKER
AMD DEALXXfl IN
tniitn agrt Fuuoj tlrorerlM,
foreign and Oomsstfo
1B4 Commercial Avenue,
(JAIltO. . n.UKOIB.
NEW YOHrtbTOilK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
labohst VABiarr itoox ia Tn o
GOODS BOLD VKUY OLOBK.
lorarr of Mlnetntb iret Bad Com
marclal Ayeant
OAIltO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. I'ATIKU
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
AND
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Doilcn In
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, UAY,&e;
Agents for Fairhank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Hcctlllcr mid Wliolcsalo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
NO! (11, OHIO LEVKi:,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to Joliu II. l'lilllin,)
General Commission
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
WEAL, BRAN, ic
Agents for Lallin & Rand Powder Company.
GOIt. TENTH ST. & OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
D.ATMRS. It. J. AYIItt
AYERS & CO.,
AND
QENKIfAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Nn. 78 LnvKKrOtunOAiKO, Ilia.
W. Ktrntton,
T. lllril
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
. AND
ommisslon Merchants!
Agents American Powder Company
S7 OHIO ZKV.ES. CHI 310.
R. SMYTH & CO,
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR DEAL Elt
No. CO Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLlNOIb
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Rcsbauraunt
122 Commercial Avenuo.
Two door norih of Cairo and Vlncnnn Itjilrosd
Utpol.
VM. WETZEL
1'llOI'IIIKTOH
A trusty watch kept night and day'fur
i rains anu nioamuoais,
thi: iikst of aucommoilviidns
fur trAncIcnt guests at
T W O I) 0 L L A It S V E It 1) A V.
208.10-l.tf
FALL.
STUART & GHOLSON.
lie take, vl'mure in dnnottiic!n to
nur frlrndt that our tloch o Fall and
ll'inftr (iooih is now arriving. We
rtutll offer llih nuwn a ttock vf Drtts
J'tilm'a. Trimming, J-hnry (Sooth,
Xotiom, rtc, which for varirli; itylr.
and c.rcilkncc of material, tveth any
thing tee huvc heretofore iijltrcd. Our
large and increating trade enable u to
buy from ftrtt hund at the beat mirce
of tupply, Alwuyi on the alert to gain
every advantage in pricet, tec arc happy
toitatc that thit teuton tec have ffcurcd
the motl attractive ttock in the inarket
at jriccK which tee guarantee "Hock
llottom." We affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago and St. I.oui prieet,
We Kin:r oxlv the most
DESlllABMi: GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO HAD DEBTS,
AND WILL NOT HE UNDER
SOLD ii V ANY HO USE IN Till
TRADE. A tutit oj intpection will
convince purchatcrt of the e.xtraordi
nary bargain! offered by the papula
and progrcuivc one-price, cash Dry
Good house of
Stuart & Gholson.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
7EltY OKBATLY IMPUOVED In lonn
of tho claws, and tho moro comploto
shlchtiiK of tho nana subject to wear, by
metal plates, making them wear rivn
. Mj.Mi, aim uci ino work' i.nicr nni
caiiur man any oincr nuxKcr. .Mailo Of tin
VCiv licl naif lpnthnr. (n (mir J... .-t.,1,
ami left hamlcil. Samples sent prep.ilil on
receipt ol price. Half cloves $1.23 ; full
gloves $2-M por pair. J.lucral dlsconnt In
inanuucK. vonr incrcnani, nr nnciro
HAUL, fILSKINO UI.IIVi: CU .
Chicago, Ilk
CINCHO-QUININE
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
u Uia Sulphate In tba same Wi, while It affttf
tht html ItBB, Is more laUtable and much chtaptr.
Mn! fur ilMcrlptlre Circular Willi Trill montals
vf l-nwinanM from an jiaria ci ice couniry.
CVSamtle ruwliairea fir trial. 23 untj.
Vrpirl ly Illl.r.INOH, CIVI'l ti CO., Maoufae.
$1,000 PER WEEK
"IAN" ho mailohy any smart man who can
Keep iimmine 10 iiiinsell. AiUlreri
1). V. HEltMANN, Ilohokcn, .N'.J.
l A Wi:i:i: guaranteed to Jlalo and
V I I ,.c,"al Kenw in incir locality
ail vmn nuiiiiiij, to iry u. ranicil
Li I His free. P. O. VICKEKY.tCO.
T " " AUglUll. .HO.
A
GENTS WANTED ttZCZ
II MO.VOPOMIW AND THE PEOI'I.E
iiKiy uninijur wania n. Ilisnrigllia
ami genuine. Addrpss for terms CO-OP
EHATIVE Pl'll. CO., Cincinnati, Ht. I.onls
or Mucatlno, Iowa.
I WUllU JJIL1N graphing, nndtuko olll
cm on new linen widen wo uro fiirnlihlng
with operators. ntna!ary from ?G0 to ?IOO
nor month. Hond for circulars. Address
X. Y. TKI.EOIt.VPH INSTITUTE, .Jams.
Ille, 'Ifconcln.
COSTAR EXTERMINATORS
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Itatx, JIIco, Itoachcs, Ants, llcd-Ilugs,
.UUIU9, iC
J. K. HENUV, CUItUAN A CO.,
i?olo As on
CONSUMPTION CURED.
To tho Editor of T Uulmstin:
EstkkmkI) Kuiend: Vou will ploaHO In
form your reader thut I havo a positive
CUKE FOIt CON'.SUMITION
and all disorder of tho Throat nnd Lungs
and that, hy its uso In my practice, I huve
curcu nuiiurcua oi cases, anu will glvo
SL000 00
or a caso It will, not benefit. Iudood, ho
trong Ih my faith, I wll send a Samixk,
mi.r., iu unj aiiucrcrauuroiisiiigino,
1'lnriBn fchniv llilti InHni. in nnv nun vnn ...a.
'mow who Ih sutToring from tlicso (lineages,
ind oblIgo,;l''ulthliily Vonrn,
DR. T. F. BURT,
l liHIIIInm Ht. Nev v
97.0-.:i.d.twCm
M. R. KUEHNE,
MAXUPACl UUKIt Ol'-
COMPLETE CHURCH
ORG-AKS.
COH.13TU AND WALNUTSTltKKT
I rnpU J-fuhtc't, with i rWt Lilt, rolld for Ulljr unit. Hi
IH'.WI CMfcu wltUot rbarr. Thi iWiJialVJ
MoiwiSerruCO.,f3TlJrw4my1r Vik m4
OA1BO.ILL.
! 0 Pox tCC.
WHOfjKSALU
mmm m
BARCLAIT
Jobbers and
PURE
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilctt Articles, JDruccist's
L.ead ami Oilier tirades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbc Colors. Dyf
Stuus, Etc., Etc., Etc. f
Wo Solicit correspondence and ordors from Druggists, Phjslclans and (leneral Storel
In want of floods In onr Lino. Steamboat. Plantation and Family Medicine cases lurii
Uhcd or ltcllllud with Uellahlo Drugs nt Heasonahle Hates' ?
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
"I Ohio Levcc.
O A
tOAI.
THE CAIRO CITY
jfH
0
A
! CO IMP ANY
Are prepared to supply cuntomtm
1 with the tioiit
PITTSBURG1
ANU
ILLINOIS
O OA. L
LRAVK OltllKIIW AT
t3THa!lldjy llro.'i olll So. 70
Ohio I.ou-oj
EirHalllduyllro.'sWharrhoat
SSTAt Egyptian Jllllij or
EiTAt thu coal dump, foot ol
Tlilrty-clghlh Btrtct.
Sstcii! Iciviaisii to km Csswqki
SPEND YOUE MONEY
So that you will got It ;ill hack In
Real and Solid Comfort !
Ily InvoitinK it ono of our now pitonl
Evening Star Stoves
Famous for gitlng out a Wouilcrful
TJxxii'oi-xx Ilont,
ATA
L!
.Simple in Construction,
Knsily .Mnnnpi'd,
Carefully Mailo of Very llctMHterla!,
Always has l'lrs.Otnto Draft, and Is
Guaranteed lo Give Satisfaction Everywhere
And Under all Circumstances.
HOLD 1IY
Excelsior Man'fg; Co
(Hi! & (IU X. 31 A IN STKEUT.,
NT. I.OIIIN, no,
AND IIY
U.W. IIE.N'IILHSOX, Cnlro. Ills,
I i iimai inn am mm mm
jaaSSj
COF FINS
T AVILCOX'S 1ILOCIC 1'OIt 81. 00
(J-U-15
AND KKTAIL
nn ami m
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUGS,
Perfumery, Soups,
Fancv Goods. Coll
Brushes
Her White
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
Wuslilngton e. cor. Eighth HI
I O -
I1AISIXN
FIRST NATIONAL RANt
OF CAIUO
I
it. W. .MII.I.EIt, Pre.ldont.'JSS
.1. -M. PIlll.LIPri, Vice Pri ildint,
ClIAd. CU.VMNGIIAM, VnshWr.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLy MAI
EXCHAN(JE,coln, banknote
int- i id I'nlt.I I
niaii'K neciinues uougnt ami
old. I
time depixlf
Interest alloutd on
'I' I I IP ni'W TV A flUAV A T 6
BANK.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100,01
orricKus.
W. P. HAL1.1D.VY. President;"
HENltY I.. IIALUDAY, Vice l'cslt'c
A. II. SAKPOltD, Ca,hltn
WAl.TKIl 1IYS1.0P, Assistant Cashlrr
' DlUKCTOKa.
STAATS TAVUiII, U.U. CUNN1
UNMNOIlN
H. I.. 1UI.I.IUAV, "VY. P. HAIJ.IIIAY.
U.K. M II.I.U.MKIN, rjTKI-IIKN lllllll,
A. It. SAfPOIII).
lilted: Stuti
1 Sold. 4
Excliaiiire. Coin nnd U
llonds Hought mid
DEPOSITS received ami a general hankf,
liiilnifi done. 11
BE. ROfr"KRS' .
Ahravomanmayi'iill'crpaln, when Infller'i
upon hluikvir, heroically; but ho J
CANXOT SEE HIS CHILI) HVVvf.
Tiirro U bo other malndv. liwIMnnt in .-1 I
hood, that Is accouipauled by moro luj
Hcnoauio wrei -iicuncH oniic lllUu hiiiro
than that
DO nni lTf- dv lArnDiit
kwwwbL ot vv wrivi;jj
and when thu parent fully understands f'1
NltuatioH ho will not delay- a moment Inl'"
ciirlnif tho mont prompt and clllclcnt reiL .
dlen to luntiri) the oxpulslon of tho Intrudii"'
Thu remedy may bo found In
DR. ROGERS' VEOETAULE AVOI
SYRUP.
iu.,. I I...1 .1.... t '
ROCIEItSMVOItMSYItrP t),'
h tho rcllahlu preparatlA !
IlOOEH.SMYOItM SYKUP
H a palpablo prcpnratl I
ROCIEHS' WORM SYRUP 1 '
Ih liked by tho chlldr.ii
ROOEItS' WORM SYRUP
positively dcMrojs wnrf"1
leuves no bad utXn i '
ItOOKUS' W 0 11 51 SYIIU'
Ih Ilft'llll.' rintinnnniliiil lur t1itMtnf ana n't..
Is uiifpiustloiiably thu beet worm medley
.1. IIIU Ill ill. Ti
Prlco 'J5 cento. Porsalo by all druggist- (
.IOIIN h HENRY, OURRAX CO., j
Proprletc ,
8 and 0 Collcgu Phtco, New Yolk.
Dll . W. 15LAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
luaurs lilrok (upstairs) corner Gtb Bi
anu wasniiigion ATenuo.
up in yeast boxes. Is this to make euro
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